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Old 05-01-2017, 05:46 PM
 
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Rodriguez said he's never been afraid to speak his mind, especially when it comes to talking about Trump.

"I am not a very educated man, but I am not ignorant... he's an embarrassment," Rodriguez said. "I just wish he wasn't racist and would just let us work in peace without papers because we came to work."

Immigrants at #MayDay rally have a message for Trump: 'We contribute' - LA Times

Mr Rodriguez: showing a "la raza" sign is a real good way to make lots of enemies in 2017. Tho I'm starting to think the LA Times is starting to back away from supporting illegal aliens, otherwise that paper would NOT post stupid crap like this. ^^^
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Old 05-02-2017, 08:52 AM
 
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What I do not understand is that when there are these rallies with Illegal people, why are they not arrested on site?
They have been having rallies for years.

One stop shop.
Cost the American tax payers less to get them all there and deport them.
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Old 05-02-2017, 09:54 AM
 
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What I do not understand is that when there are these rallies with Illegal people, why are they not arrested on site?
They have been having rallies for years.

One stop shop.
Cost the American tax payers less to get them all there and deport them.
My guess is manpower and not being tipped off.
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Old 05-02-2017, 10:11 AM
 
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What I do not understand is that when there are these rallies with Illegal people, why are they not arrested on site?
They have been having rallies for years.

One stop shop.
Cost the American tax payers less to get them all there and deport them.
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My guess is manpower and not being tipped off.
Yeah I could see where man power could be an issue.

Alot of these rallies are planned ahead of time and reported ahead of time on some.news media
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Old 05-02-2017, 12:31 PM
 
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Yeah I could see where man power could be an issue.

Alot of these rallies are planned ahead of time and reported ahead of time on some.news media
I'm unsure if it's true, but I've heard that they must receive a formal 'tip' and investigate before holding large operations like this would be. Not to mention the bad press that they'd get if people legally here get caught up in the scuffle.
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Old 05-02-2017, 03:23 PM
 
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Rodriguez said he's never been afraid to speak his mind, especially when it comes to talking about Trump.

"I am not a very educated man, but I am not ignorant... he's an embarrassment," Rodriguez said. "I just wish he wasn't racist and would just let us work in peace without papers because we came to work."

Immigrants at #MayDay rally have a message for Trump: 'We contribute' - LA Times

Mr Rodriguez: showing a "la raza" sign is a real good way to make lots of enemies in 2017. Tho I'm starting to think the LA Times is starting to back away from supporting illegal aliens, otherwise that paper would NOT post stupid crap like this. ^^^
The nerve of that illegal thinking that he has not only a right to be in this country but to also steal a job
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Old 05-02-2017, 10:55 PM
 
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What I do not understand is that when there are these rallies with Illegal people, why are they not arrested on site?
They have been having rallies for years.

One stop shop.
Cost the American tax payers less to get them all there and deport them.
No, no, no. Thant would be inhumane and ill-advised. Rather than criticize these rallies, we should implore our lawmakers to pass legislation legalizing those law-abiding illegals.
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